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View one Ohio's Wild and Scenic rivers along this 2.5-mile loop.

Dogwood Trail is one of Ohio's loveliest trails offering a variety of scenery packed into a short 2.5 miles. The trail begins near picnic area #3 and heads east into the woods. Hikers follow white-blazes as they ascend through lovely stands of hemlock. Sights of the Little Beaver Creek unfold shortly after a bypass trail to the campground. Sparkling water, sandstone cliffs, and rich forests of hemlock, Canada yew, and mountain laurel provide a wonderful home to the park's flycatchers, warblers, white-tailed deer, cottontails, skunks, salamanders, tree frogs and many more. Wildflowers speckle the forest floor in early spring. Near the trailhead, white trillium decorate the first ascent.

Directions: From East Liverpool, OH, Take Route 30 to SR 7 (west of East Liverpool) and travel 2 miles turning right (east) onto Bell School Road. Signage carries you into the park. Dogwood Trail begins from picnic area #3. Park office supplies trail maps.

Elevation: 900 feet

Difficulty: Moderate

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Beaver Creek State Park, Ohio

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